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The Marketplace Fairness Act was approved this week in the U.S. Senate, and is headed to the Republican-controlled U.S. House for consideration. Both Michigan's senators voted for the bill, which would require merchants to collect state taxes on internet
About 16 percent of registered voters showed up at the polls to pass Tuesday's sinking fund millage; last fall's turnout was 74 percent.
City council member Bill Galvin calls redevelopment of the Maxfield Training Center in downtown Farmington a 'hundred-year decision'.
While election results are unofficial, Oakland County's elections website reports millage supporters score a 190-vote victory.
The freshman member of the State House, who represents a portion of West Bloomfield, will meet with constituents on the heels of votes on drug testing; Detroit Zoo funding.
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The 14th District Congressman says voices 'from every corner of Michigan' encouraged him to run for retiring Sen. Carl Levin's seat.
With a 4-3 vote, officials send a $222 million bond question to voters, including those in West Bloomfield Township precinct 9, on Aug. 6.
Voters will decide the fate of a 14-year, 1.25-mill levy proposal to provide more than $30 million in repairs to district buildings.
The West Bloomfield Township Board votes Monday to approve Town Center Task Force recommendations.
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